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A timeless tale of friendship by New York Times bestselling author Amy Hest.
Once there was a small dog with
crooked ears. He belonged to no one.
And once there was a wisp of a girl
named Lia. . . .
The dog who belonged to no one spent
his days quite alone. . . . He longed for a friend.
No one takes notice of a small dog with crooked ears who doesn’t have a home. He explores the narrow streets and wide boulevards every day, while across town a little girl named Lia pedals on her bicycle alone, delivering breads and cakes. Both dream of finding a friend, until fate brings them together.
With lyrical text by New York Times bestselling author Amy Hest and tender watercolors by illustrator Amy Bates, The Dog Who Belonged to No One introduces readers to two timeless characters who will touch hearts as they discover how they belong to each other.
About the Author
Amy Hest is the author of the New York Times bestselling book Kiss Good Night as well as When Jessie Came Across the Sea, for which she was the recipient of the Christopher Medal. She lives in New York City. Amy Bates is the illustrator of Hair for Mama, Pumpkin Cat, and the Adventures of Tom Sawyer early reader series. She lives in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is visually so beautiful. Amy paint the pictures of true love. I am touched every time I read this story and love to lose myself in the pages. Truely such a lovely book.
It's a sweet story with nice illustrations. Story was a little too simplistic. It's just an ok book. Bought it to use in class, but probably won't.